Earlier on you guys talked about the fact that at death there is too aspects left a soul and a spirit or yin and yang. Yet I do not remember talk of the yuan.
There is no yuan aspect (other than the general ground of yuan chi) unless the yin and yang aspects of soul are “married” intentionally, producing an immortal consciousness that is not governed by yin-yang cycles.
What do you believe happens to the self that has intention?
If the yin-yang halves of the self marry, which plays out as both male-female and lesser-greater selves, the immortal self holds the ability to have individual intention even as it is merged back into the collective field after death, i.e. transition to some level of immortality implies ability to intend/shape/create.
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